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Description: A confirmatory investigation into the effects of Inductive Pulse Charging (IPC) on electrochemical systems. The study will initially seek to confirm earlier evidence of observed energy gains, while subsequent studies will consider the likely source of such gains and the benefits to battery state of health (SoH) as well as observed rejuvenation phenomena, together with their implications for battery recycling. Finally, if appropriate, consideration will be given to the feasibility of such systems being used for off-grid and stand-alone applications, alongside various speculative theories regarding the observed energy gains.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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